This book examines how freedom of speech is reflected in pop
culture by looking at numerous examples of films, websites,
television shows, and songs that have touched on-and impacted-this
issue. It is easy to overlook the importance of freedom of speech
in our modern world, where it often seems "anything goes." In
actuality, freedom of speech issues are still highly relevant in
the 21st century, even if our cultural and social contexts now
allow many forms of expression that were unacceptable in previous
eras. This book focuses on how freedom of speech is reflected in
pop culture by looking at the films, websites, television shows,
and songs that have touched on-and impacted-this issue. It examines
specific examples of freedom of speech issues within everything
from print media to music, theater, photography, film, television,
sports, video games, and social media and demonstrates that pop
culture sometimes contributes to the expansion of freedom of
speech. Covers freedom of speech issues in popular culture in the
19th and 20th centuries as well as the present day Examines
everything from banned books to comic book censorship, music,
theater, photography, film, television, video games, and social
media Enables readers to better appreciate how freedom of speech
and expression is a subtext in most aspects of daily life
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